Forum: General Forum (3 Comments)


  • Posted by - kush wadhawan - on 16 May 2015 - 9:22pm

    Are the business schools good which are on the right hand side of this website because some of them are in rankings , some are not.
    On which basis are they available there?can u tell me please ?

    Or are they Those recommended by you to students ?

    Is klu Germany good I mean their master in management program is good and match to my goals but it is not accredited by good accreditation like Equis or aacsb ? Is it internationally recognised ?

    Also is there something that the business schools who doesn't require gmat as their entrance tests aren't that much good ?
    Because I saw many of them has really good programmes .


    • Posted by - Thomas Graf - on 17 May 2015 - 12:41am

      Hi there,

      (1) The logo on the right side are paid advertisements. This is how my website is financed. There is no recommendation behind.

      (2) It is true that the KLU has no AACSB, EQUIS or AMBA accreditation. But if it matches your career goals as you say - why do you need an international accreditation? And also: How do you fine "internationally recognized"?

      (3) As for your last question: A school that asks for the GMAT - particularly if it asks for a high GMAT score - often times is more selective than other schools. A more selective school may have better qualified students in its program who achieve higher salaries after graduating. It does not mean, however, that you have a guarantere of better job chances in a school with the GMAT compared to schools without. At best you can say that the chances are higher (at least, this is what we found at our Global MIM Survey).

      But what does it help you if you pay a lot of tuition fees for a highly selective program with great job chances if you personal career goal is to work for a firm that doesn't recruit at that campus? Understand my logic? My logic is: Try out what you want in your career and identify schools that can help you achieve that (read my MIM eBook to analyze this).

      Best wishes

      By Thomas Graf
      Owner MIM Compass
      Author of the MIM eBook

      • Posted by - kush wadhawan - on 17 May 2015 - 9:07am

        Thanks man you are great sir